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December 09, 2012

Response: Teaching Writing by Respecting Student Ideas

This final post in a five-part series on teaching writing provides tools to help students develop their self-confidence and advice to educators on how to use them.

December 02, 2012

Response: A "Napkin Curriculum For Writing"

(Note: This is the fourth post in a multi-part series on teaching writing. You can see Part One here, Part Two here, and Part Three here) Katie Ciresi asked: What advice can you give to help teachers be more effective in helping students become better writers? This series is a companion to last y...

November 27, 2012

Response: Helping Boys Become Stronger Writers

(Note: This is the third post in a multi-part series on teaching writing. You can see Part One here and Part Two here) Katie Ciresi asked: What advice can you give to help teachers be more effective in helping students become better writers? This series is a companion to last year's five posts on...

November 24, 2012

Response: Helping Our Students Become Better Writers, Part Two

Katie Ciresi asked: What advice can you give to help teachers be more effective in helping students become better writers?

November 18, 2012

Response: Celebrating our Students' Good Writing

(Note: This is the first post in a multi-part series on teaching writing) Katie Ciresi asked: What advice can you give to help teachers be more effective in helping students become better writers? This series is a companion to last year's five posts on Helping Our Students Become Better Readers. ...

November 11, 2012

Response: Assisting Students With Special Needs

Last week's question was: How can teachers best assist students with special needs? It's a question facing many of us daily. Earlier this year, my colleague Katie Hull-Sypnieski and I wrote an article for Education Week Teacher titled The Five-by-Five Approach to Differentiation Success. Inste...

November 04, 2012

Response: Teachers as "Brain Changers"

(This is the final post in a series on "brain-based learning." You can see Part One here, Part Two here and Part Three here) The question asked two weeks ago was: What are the best ways to practically implement what we know about how the brain learns into our teaching? I've seen the phrase "bra...

October 31, 2012

Response: Taking Advantage Of Neural Networks In The Classroom

(This is the third of a multi-part series on "brain-based learning." You can see Part One here and Part Two here.) The question asked two weeks ago was: What are the best ways to practically implement what we know about how the brain learns into our teaching? I've seen the phrase "brain-based l...

October 27, 2012

Response: Working Smarter, Not Harder, With Neuroscience in the Classroom

(This is the second of a multi-part series on "brain-based learning." You can see Part One here.) The question asked two weeks ago was: What are the best ways to practically implement what we know about how the brain learns into our teaching? I've seen the phrase "brain-based learning" used oft...

October 23, 2012

Response: Using 'Brain-Based Learning' in the Classroom

(This is the first of a multi-part series on "brain-based learning") Last week's question was: What are the best ways to practically implement what we know about how the brain learns into our teaching? I've seen the phrase "brain-based learning" used often, and sometimes in ways that do not seem...

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